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Deduction and experience–to dogman and back

As I get older, I have come to appreciate that older people are underappreciated.  We, the elders, are wise, and our wisdom should be respected by our juniors. Like that will happen.  But I nevertheless offer some wisdom for your consideration.  It may sound familiar to some.

✶  The spiritual realm is real.   For real.

✶  There are many invisible, incorporeal, immortal spirit beings with whom we share the cosmos.  Ask about those out-of-body experiences.

✶The spirits already chose sides– good or bad.

✶ The ones who chose bad like to see us suffer and want to make us miserable as possible for as long as possible.

✶These bad spirits have been here with us on Earth for eons.   They know us well, are smart, and are much more knowledgeable about the universe than we are.

✶    The sight of one scares us stone stupid.

Given the above, I have come to these conclusions:

➙  Bigfoot can be influenced or possessed by bad spirits.   This explains some of the weirder experiences of bigfoot.

➙ Not all bigfoot are likely to be evilly influenced.

➙ “Aliens” may be bad spirits.  These aliens would have no relation to actual aliens.

  They had plenty of time to develop advanced technology like flying saucers.  This explains why UFOs can be “summoned,” why they sometimes zoom up to observers, and why they abduct and torture people.

➙  No way dogman evolved from dogs or people.   Some  contend that dogman creatures were created by genetic engineering.   Aliens and demons perhaps being the same thing, I guess it would be possible for them to make dogmen, and it sure would explain the dogman temperament.

➙  Other stuff is out there.

A Bad Influence

Please read tnobfhe two or three posts before this one in order to understand this post better. st michael 2

I am not saying all sasquatches are evil, demon-possessed attackers, but I am saying some seem to be.

My daughter has seen bigfoot quite a few times and that has been a concern to me.  Yesterday, she reported to me that her bed moves when no one else is in the room and she is lying still.   uh oh.

After questioning her a bit, I fetched holy water from church, prayed for God and then St. Michael to bless the house and yard and to send angels to watch over it and us, and sealed the deal with holy water inside and out.

Some experts say you can cast out the demons yourself, but other experts say you chance it backfiring if you do so.  So I will pray for protection, have holy water on hand, and then ask our priest to bless our crosses and house.

Today she said she realized she had been being poked, too.  She slept well last night, with a bottle of holy water and a bottle of water from Lourdes.  I also noticed no tapping or thumpety noises at all.   Hmmm.   The night after that, just one tap.

I am going to stop “bigfooting,” and I encourage you all to do the same.  I enjoyed my outdoor activities, and I do own the camera, so I will be birding instead.

A good question now is, what is the attitude we should have?  If bigfoot is a creature left over from a previous version of creation, then when we see one and it is transparent or disappears, we know why.  Ditto for other weird creatures we may run into, run over, or run from.  So that eliminates the fear factor.  Phew!   The Native Americans say just to ignore bigfoot if you can’t avoid him, basically, and I think they have that right.

According to the bible, such creatures may like Earth girls:

And after that men began to be multiplied upon the earth, and daughters were born to them, [2] The sons of God seeing the daughters of men, that they were fair, took to themselves wives of all which they chose. [3] And God said: My spirit shall not remain in man for ever, because he is flesh, and his days shall be a hundred and twenty years. [4] Now giants were upon the earth in those days. For after the sons of God went in to the daughters of men, and they brought forth children, these are the mighty men of old, men of renown.    http://www.drbo.org/chapter/01006.htm 

So that if certainly worth thinking about. st michael a